German translation of 'consequence'
- (= result, effect)
⇒ in consequence
⇒ in consequence of
⇒ as a consequence of ...
als Folge +gen
⇒ with the consequence that he ...
was zur Folge hatte, dass er ...
⇒ to face or take the consequences
die Folgen tragen
- (= importance)
⇒ it's of no consequence
das spielt keine Rolle
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Example Sentences Including 'consequence'
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He wondered about Estela Rosabal and what had become of her as a consequence of her husband's ambitions.MAMBO (2002)
Not long afterwards Jost Dehn died of a heart attack, probably as a consequence of his wife's killing.A DAYSTAR OF FEAR (2002)
Habib Saadi's return then, would have been of no consequence to him.WHEN THE APRICOTS BLOOM (2002)
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'consequence' in Other Languages
British English: consequence /ˈkɒnsɪkwəns/ NOUN
The consequences of something are the results or effects of it.
If we do not take the right actions now, we will suffer the consequences later.
- American English: consequence
- Arabic: عَاقِبَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: consequência
- Chinese: 后果
- Croatian: posljedica
- Czech: důsledek
- Danish: konsekvens
- Dutch: gevolg
- European Spanish: consecuencia
- Finnish: seuraus
- French: conséquence
- German: Folge
- Greek: συνέπεια
- Italian: conseguenza
- Japanese: 結果
- Korean: 결과
- Norwegian: konsekvens
- Polish: konsekwencja
- European Portuguese: consequência
- Romanian: consecință
- Russian: последствие
- Spanish: consecuencia
- Swedish: konsekvens
- Thai: ผลลัพธ์
- Turkish: sonuç
- Ukrainian: послідовність
- Vietnamese: hậu quả
Translation of consequence from the Collins English to German Dictionary